When writing a biography page, one is tempted to start with the facts ("Lindsey Scholl was born Lindsey Anne O'Donnell at Independence Hospital in. . ."). Another temptation might be to burst into song ("Who am I? I'm Lindsey Scholl!")
Now that I've included as much punctuation as possible in the first paragraph, I'll say that I earn a living as an educator, am sometimes a speaker, and always a writer. I earned my Ph.D. in Roman History and an M.A. in Medieval History.
I teach at a classical school in Houston, where I am surrounded by people love Latin, birds, and C.S. Lewis . I'm married to Dr. John Scholl, and together we have one dog, several beautiful nieces and nephews, and so many remarkable students.
N.B. Lindsey Scholl has the same number of syllables as Jean Valjean.